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jolt

US [dʒoʊlt]
UK [dʒəʊlt]
  • n.震动;颠簸;摇晃;一阵强烈的感情(尤指震惊或惊讶)
  • v.颠簸;使受到震惊(而采取行动);唤醒;使觉醒
  • Web摇动;使颠簸;震摇
Simple Present:jolts  Present Participle:jolting  Past Tense:jolted  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)震动,摇动,颠簸to move or to make sb/sth move suddenly and roughly
The truck jolted and rattled over the rough ground.
卡车嘎吱嘎吱地在凹凸不平的地面上颠簸而行。
The bus jolted to a halt.
公共汽车猛地一颠停了下来。
Her heart jolted when she saw him.
她看到他时心里咯噔一下子。
He was jolted forwards as the bus moved off.
公共汽车开动时他猛然向前晃了一下。
2.
[t]
使受到震惊(而采取行动);唤醒;使觉醒to give sb a sudden shock, especially so that they start to take action or deal with a situation
His remark jolted her into action.
他的话使她猛然醒悟而行动起来。
a method of jolting the economy out of recession
使经济从衰退中复苏的方法
I was suddenly jolted awake.
我猛地一下被惊醒。
n.
1.
颠簸;震动;摇晃a sudden rough movement
The plane landed with a jolt.
飞机着陆时颠了一下。
2.
一阵强烈的感情(尤指震惊或惊讶)a sudden strong feeling, especially of shock or surprise
a jolt of dismay
一阵惊诧

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